On this site, we feature podcast studio setups (both professional and home studios). Each profile includes photos submitted by the podcaster and a list of equipment and supplies they used to create their space.
Each profile will cover information about the podcaster’s:
- Microphone: A good quality microphone is the foundation for your podcast setup.
- Audio interface: An audio interface is necessary to connect your microphones to your computer.
- Headphones: A good pair of headphones will help you monitor your audio and hear any issues that may arise during recording.
- Computer: While you can record and edit on a mobile phone or tablet, most serious podcasters use a desktop or laptop to record, edit, and produce their podcast.
- Recording and editing software: You will need software to record and edit your podcast.
- Acoustic treatment: To create a good-sounding recording environment, you will need to treat your space acoustically. This can include adding acoustic panels, bass traps, and diffusers to absorb and scatter sound.
- Furniture and accessories: Most studios also include a desk, chairs, and other accessories to make it more comfortable and functional. This can include a mic stand, pop filter, and shock mount to improve your audio quality.